The Toronto Raptors are reportedly open for business.
"One thing about Masai Ujiri: He has never been afraid to talk about his star players in trade talks," Wojnarowski said. "He's not going to tell you anybody's untouchable, and teams around the league know that. So they'll talk about almost anything with this roster."
"Word is that the Raptors quietly explored their DeMar DeRozan trade options last summer — before they had any inkling that a breakout season was looming — and I'd fully expect Toronto to explore those possibilities again," Stein wrote. "Not just with DeRozan but with anyone and everyone on the roster.
"The Raptors, under the stewardship of the team president Masai Ujiri, typically move in a measured fashion. You have to think this summer will be different."
They have $126.2 million in guaranteed salaries on the books for next season at the moment, and that figure would hard-cap them and force ownership to pay the luxury tax again.
Salaries courtesy of BasketballInsiders.com.